For a couple more days, Saturn will be visible in the night sky. Then it will disappear in the evening sky in November, but reappear in December. For tonight, or rather in the early morning around 3:30 am, you’ll need a small telescope to enjoy it’s golden color and rings.
Between October 30th and November 1st is a good time to bring out those binoculars and view our moon.
Joining the full moon are planets, Jupiter, Venus and Mars appearing in close proximity to each other. The morning of November 2nd, you can use binoculars or a small telescope to view the planets before sunrise.